Stephen Colbert Dresses as '70s Broadcaster for Anniversary of Nixon's Resignation (Video)
The "Colbert Report" host smoked cigarettes while giving a satirical look back at the presidential scandal.
Stephen Colbert donned muttonchops and a '70s suit to celebrate the 40th anniversary of President Richard Nixon's resignation.
Colbert's "A Fond Look Back, '74" segment featured a few gems, including actual audio of Nixon talking about panda mating habits, and a bit on the historical fact that members of The Committee to Reelect the President, (C.R.E.E.P.) were the ones to break into the Watergate Hotel.
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Colbert called it "a name that somehow that escaped the scrutiny of Nixon's Undercommitte for Terminating Self-Indicting Acronym Choices, or N.U.T.S.A.C."
Watch the video below for more from the segment.